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Modern Toilet Restaurant interior decoration

“Modern Toilet:” Not Your Regular First-Date Spot in Taipei

The “Modern Toilet Restaurant” in the über-hip Ximending neighborhood of Taipei, Taiwan, is a pretty unique bathroom-themed food enterprise. This place has been designed to wow the Instagram generation with some of the most exciting and unusual bathroom twists you have ever seen. Here, the seats are real toilets, the menu is written on a toilet-seat shaped paper, and the waiting staff delivers little chocolate “poop” ice creams.

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"Pulse Portal" art installation by Davis McCarty, "Burning Man" 2016. Photo by Scott Sporleder

Everything a First-Time “Burning Man” Attendee Should Know

Located roughly a hundred miles northeast of Reno, Nevada, the annual gathering fondly known as “Burning Man” has been mesmerizing art audiences for over three decades. While “Burning Man” has a tangled history, it was founded in 1986 and is now maintained by Burning Man Project, a non-profit organization boasting its headquarters in San Francisco, California.

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Downtown Nashville, Tennessee

10 Things Not to Miss in Nashville, Tennessee

If you love food and music, Nashville, Tennessee, is the place for you. It is home to the legendary Grand Ole Opry House, and there is no shortage of honky-tonks and live music wherever you go. The city is also known for its delicious local dining. You may have a hard time deciding where to eat because there are so many great places to choose from. Make sure you check out these ten unique experiences to get the most out of your stay in the “Music City.”

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Vintage cast iron bathtub in Monroe, Utah.

Mystic Hot Springs: Unique Hippie Experience in Monroe, Utah

Nestled in the heart of Utah, Mystic Hot Springs is a haven for nature lovers, hippies, and anyone who wants to experience breathtaking views and a re-emergence of their true selves. Mystic Hot Springs in Monroe is a unique type of paradise – beckoning visitors to come for a relaxing soak, stay a while in the quaint accommodations, and maybe even take in a concert.

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Mural depicting the local tradition of bird-singing clubs, at Block 71, Seng Poh Road, Tiong Bahru Estate in Singapore, created by Yip Yew Chong.

The Dying Singaporean Tradition of Bird-Singing Clubs

No one is certain when the Singaporean bird-keeping tradition began, but most people will tell that it started in the 1950s with the British Armed Forces’ formation of the Singapore Cage Bird Society. As bird-keeping grew in popularity, travel guidebooks began to feature Singapore’s bird-singing areas, quickly turning them into tourist attractions that piqued the curiosity of visitors from around the globe.